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Trump Just Replaced His Campaign Manager As He Trails Biden By 15 Points - vice

Trump Just Replaced His Campaign Manager As He Trails Biden By 15 Points

Brad Parscale is out, with just over 100 days until election day.
vice - 32 minutes ago
Iceland invites visitors to SCREAM to blow off lockdown steam in bizarre tourism campaign (VIDEO) - rt

Iceland invites visitors to SCREAM to blow off lockdown steam in bizarre tourism campaign (VIDEO)

Despite escaping the coronavirus pandemic largely unscathed, Iceland has decided to open its pristine landscapes up to those suffering under lockdown elsewhere in the world, inviting them to ‘let it out’ with a piercing scream.
rt - 45 minutes ago
‘We’re just a pile of misery’: Victims of Germany’s child molesting ‘experiment’ tell RT of their nightmare that lives on - rt

‘We’re just a pile of misery’: Victims of Germany’s child molesting ‘experiment’ tell RT of their nightmare that lives on

Decades ago, they fought for survival every single day – now they have to motivate themselves to live. RT listened to heartbreaking memories of two German men placed in the foster care of a known pedophile by Berlin authorities.
rt - 1 hour ago
Danish ice cream maker to rebrand ‘Eskimo’ desserts over RACISM concerns - rt

Danish ice cream maker to rebrand ‘Eskimo’ desserts over RACISM concerns

Danish ice cream maker Hansens Is will rebrand its ‘Eskimo’ desserts over apparent racist connotations, following complaints by a politician from Greenland. The move was met with mixed reaction online.
rt - 2 hours ago
Beijing claims UK has lost independence on Huawei 5G issue, warns of retaliation over tech firm’s ban - rt

Beijing claims UK has lost independence on Huawei 5G issue, warns of retaliation over tech firm’s ban

China has lashed out at Britain’s decision to exclude Huawei from developing the country’s 5G network, suggesting the move was self-defeating and would negatively affect Sino-British economic cooperation.
rt - 3 hours ago
Man, 27, charged by detectives investigating murder of Lyra Mckee - metro

Man, 27, charged by detectives investigating murder of Lyra Mckee

The man has been charged with two gun offences in relation the journalist's killing in Northern Ireland last year.
metro - 4 hours ago
Device fitted to washing machines could stop 80% of microfibres getting into the environment - metro

Device fitted to washing machines could stop 80% of microfibres getting into the environment

Considerable potential for environmental benefits
metro - 5 hours ago
Sarcastic memes rain down on Twitter after company asks for patience amid ‘security incident’ - rt

Sarcastic memes rain down on Twitter after company asks for patience amid ‘security incident’

Twitter’s support account has been bombarded with snarky replies after the company acknowledged that users may be experiencing issues due to a massive security breach.
rt - 5 hours ago
Instagram users report direct message problems after Twitter suffers massive security breach - rt

Instagram users report direct message problems after Twitter suffers massive security breach

Instagram users say that the platform’s direct messaging feature is down, hours after Twitter was hit by a sophisticated cyber-attack.
rt - 7 hours ago
Alleged screenshots of internal Twitter tools suggest platform maintains user ‘blacklists’ despite denying practice for years - rt

Alleged screenshots of internal Twitter tools suggest platform maintains user ‘blacklists’ despite denying practice for years

Leaked screenshots of Twitter’s internal systems indicate that the company keeps “blacklists” for users it deems undesirable, according to multiple reports. The leaks followed the largest hack in the platform’s history.
rt - 7 hours ago
Twitter puts verified accounts on LOCKDOWN after massive hack hits billionaires, politicians & celebrities - rt

Twitter puts verified accounts on LOCKDOWN after massive hack hits billionaires, politicians & celebrities

Twitter has frozen its verified user accounts following what may be the largest security breach in the company’s history, seeing a wave of high-profile figures swept up in an apparent bitcoin scam.
rt - 13 hours ago
Apple, Bill Gates, Kanye West and Elon Musk ‘hacked by Bitcoin scammers on Twitter’ - metro

Apple, Bill Gates, Kanye West and Elon Musk ‘hacked by Bitcoin scammers on Twitter’

Other victims include Barack Obama, Jeff Bezos and Joe Biden.
metro - 14 hours ago
Felony Charge Dropped Against Homeless Man Dragged Off Subway by NYPD and Punched - vice

Felony Charge Dropped Against Homeless Man Dragged Off Subway by NYPD and Punched

The man was approached by police officers after occupying more than one seat on the subway in May.
vice - 15 hours ago
Russia to blame for landmines found in Libya, says US Africa Command in another self-serving ‘bombshell’ - rt

Russia to blame for landmines found in Libya, says US Africa Command in another self-serving ‘bombshell’

As warring Libyan factions seek aid from Turkey and Egypt, AFRICOM is blaming Russia for landmines that were found near Tripoli in yet another alarmist ‘intelligence assessment’ aimed at getting US troops sent back to Africa.
rt - 16 hours ago
Uyghurs bussed across China for forced labour in factories – new footage - channel 4

Uyghurs bussed across China for forced labour in factories – new footage

The US State Department announced new sanctions today on some employees of Chinese tech companies, including Huawei, for their involvement in human rights abuses in the Xinjiang region; home to the country's persecuted Uyghur community.
channel 4 - 16 hours ago
We need to be ‘rethinking our approach to migration’ and seeing migrants as a benefit – Prof Molly Scott Cato - channel 4

We need to be ‘rethinking our approach to migration’ and seeing migrants as a benefit – Prof Molly Scott Cato

We talk to the author of the report on fertility, Christopher Murray, who is Professor of Global Health at the University of Washington, and Molly Scott Cato, Professor of Economics at Roehampton University and a former Green Party MEP.
channel 4 - 17 hours ago
Fall in fertility rates could see some countries’ populations halve, says report - channel 4

Fall in fertility rates could see some countries’ populations halve, says report

The world's population is set to shrink at a rapid rate after the first half of this century, with huge implications for many countries in the developed world.
channel 4 - 17 hours ago
New measures imposed in Blackburn amid ‘rising tide’ of coronavirus cases - channel 4

New measures imposed in Blackburn amid ‘rising tide’ of coronavirus cases

New measures have been imposed in Blackburn with Darwen, after the area's public health chief warned it was facing a “rising tide” of coronavirus cases.
channel 4 - 17 hours ago
Sunak warns ‘tough choices ahead’ for economy, over taxes and spending - channel 4

Sunak warns ‘tough choices ahead’ for economy, over taxes and spending

‘Tough choices’ lie ahead, the Chancellor Rishi Sunak has warned, as the economy continues to count the cost of the coronavirus pandemic.
channel 4 - 17 hours ago
Johnson pledges independent coronavirus inquiry - channel 4

Johnson pledges independent coronavirus inquiry

Boris Johnson has promised an independent inquiry into the way the government has handled the coronavirus outbreak, saying it would be “in the future” without giving any details.
channel 4 - 17 hours ago
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‘We did not forget, we did not forgive:’ India marks 1 year since attack that killed 40 soldiers & led to Kashmir flare-up

‘We did not forget, we did not forgive:’ India marks 1 year since attack that killed 40 soldiers & led to Kashmir flare-up

rt - 5 months ago

India has unveiled a memorial for the 40 troops killed in a suicide bombing in the Indian-controlled part of Kashmir a year ago on Friday. The incident sparked a tense standoff that brought the region to the brink of war.

Tributes to the servicemen that lost their lives in the February 14, 2019 attack in Kashmir’s disputed Pulwama district were led by PM Narendra Modi and other top government, as well as military, officials.

“They were exceptional individuals who devoted their lives to serving and protecting our nation. India will never forget their martyrdom,” Modi tweeted early Friday morning.

Denouncing the bombing as a “dastardly attack,” Defense Minister Rajnath Singh said that India “will never forget their sacrifice.”

Entire nation stands united against terrorism and we are committed to continue our fight against this menace.

The message was echoed by Home Minister Amit Shah, who tweeted that the Indian people “would be forever grateful” to those who “made supreme sacrifice for the sovereignty and integrity” of the nation.

India’s Central Reserve Police Force, which the slain servicemen belonged to, vowed to avenge their deaths, tweeting: “WE DID NOT FORGET, WE DID NOT FORGIVE.”

A special memorial that features plaques for all 40 soldiers was unveiled two kilometers from the site of the attack.

The February terrorist attack fueled tensions between New Delhi and Islamabad, bringing the two nuclear-armed powers almost to the point of a major military conflict. Retaliating to the attack by the hardline Islamist Jaish-e-Mohammed group, India struck what it claimed was the militants’ training camp on Pakistani territory. Islamabad, however, vehemently denied allegations that it was harboring terrorists.

The flare-up escalated into intense cross-border shelling and culminated in an aerial dogfight that saw an Indian jet being downed and its pilot captured by the Pakistani military.

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